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Applications for undergraduate Mathematics courses at Cardiff

27 Ionawr 2015

The UCAS deadline for undergraduate applications is rapidly approaching and we have received a bumper number of applications this year.

Drops of water

Engineering professor provides advice to high level UN conference

27 Ionawr 2015

Professor Roger Falconer has recently returned from a high-level UN meeting in Zaragoza, Spain.

Faraday Lecture

Professor Michel Che winner of the RSC 2014 Faraday Lectureship Prize lectures in the School

27 Ionawr 2015

On Monday 26th January Professor Michel Che of the Universite Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris 6 & Institut Universitaire de France gave his 2014 Faraday Lecture at the School of Chemistry.

Paper supports palladium catalysis

Paper supports palladium catalysis: Read all about it!

16 Ionawr 2015

A recent publication in the ACS journal Physical Chemistry Letters shows that filter paper can be used as a robust support for catalytically active palladium nanoparticles.

REF 2014 results announced

14 Ionawr 2015

The results of the Research Excellence Framework 2014 made very good reading for Cardiff University.

Preserving Wales’ national heritage through innovative engineering

13 Ionawr 2015

A collaboration between the Cardiff School of Engineering Additive Manufacturing Laboratories and Welsh Government has led to an innovative way of preserving Y Gadair Ddu (the Black Chair).

A group site visit.

Energy Institute – South West and South Wales branch

10 Ionawr 2015

As a branch committee member Vicki Stevenson suggests and helps to organise events including presentations and site visits for professionals and students interested in energy.

Yr Athro Nora de Leeuw

The School of Chemistry welcomes new staff member Professor Nora de Leeuw

9 Ionawr 2015

Professor Nora de Leeuw joined the University in January 2015 as the new Pro Vice-Chancellor.

Solar panels

Researchers develop energy forecasting tool for Bangladesh

8 Ionawr 2015

Researchers from Cardiff School of Engineering’s BRE Centre for Sustainable Construction have developed a forecasting tool that will help Bangladesh plan and monitor its energy use and policy for years to come.

CCI and Max Planck Logo

Cardiff partners Max Planck Society to form world-leading catalysis alliance

6 Ionawr 2015

Cardiff University is to announce a new partnership with Germany's top research body to develop globally important catalysis research.